Highlights of updates across Compass' topic areas:
- Median income increased in 8 of 97 major cities in Minnesota between the 2007-11 and 2012-16 time periods: Albert Lea, Alexandria, Bloomington, Minneapolis, New Ulm, Otsego, Saint Paul, and Winona. Seven cities saw median household income decline: Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Grand Rapids, Hastings, Mounds View, North Mankato, and Sauk Rapids.
Health Care Coverage by City
- Different regions of the state are home to unique groups of immigrants. By region of Minnesota, the largest immigrant group:
Proportion of Adults Working
- Minnesota is home to some of the largest racial gaps in employment in the nation. Our rank on the gap between residents of color and white residents:
- The Twin Cities metro area is also home to large racial gaps in employment. Of the 25 largest metro areas in the nation, our rank on the gap between residents of color and white residents:
- In recent years, the gap in employment narrowed between Asian and white residents, and between Black and white residents. In both cases, proportions of Asian and Black adults working increased between time periods, more than the increase in employment among whites.
This represents a selection of data updated on the site. Click the links and use the gray breakdown bar to navigate to more new data in each topic area.
Updated December 2017